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Submitted by TheAnalogShtick 346d ago | review

Review: ARMA III “Adapt” — Closer to the Dream| The Analog Shtick

"Most fans of the military-simulation series ARMA will admit that its third coming was a woeful disappointment. ARMA III released with no campaign to speak of, a horribly optimized multiplayer component, a few “showcase” missions, and a handful of decent user-made missions. Even with hardly any content to play, though, the makings of a good ARMA game were present. Then the day came where the game would get its first batch of campaign missions in the form of “Survive”, the first episode in a planned season of campaign chapters; but it also inspired a fair amount of disappointment, largely thanks to linear, and and rote mission design. Where fans of the series hoped for this new installment to be a bang, ARMA III produced something that more resembled a small pop. All that said, though, its beginning to redeem itself." - The Analog Shtick (ArmA 3, PC) -

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